Lockdown against the coronavirus is lasting.
Classes continue remotely, by videoconference on the Zoom platform.
Students closely see the teacher while he is painting, from several simultaneous points of view, in order to best reproduce the conditions of a physical lesson (teacher’s sheet of paper seen from above, his hand seen from the side and his face seen from the front) and the model currently explained is displayed in a permanent manner. Students can select the image that is most useful to them at any given time.
The teacher supervises the students, who can present their work at any time for advice.
Opposite, an overview of Alain Plaignaud’s workshop transformed into a web studio.
Remote courses last shorter and are more frequent than physical seminars, one afternoon twice a week. Their list is on the Program page.